NOTICE: “Now Is Not the Time to Visit Ocean City” Cautions Mayor Rick Meehan

Ocean City, Maryland – (March 19, 2020): As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to change on a minute-by-minute basis, Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan and the City Council are urging citizens to stay home, be responsible and avoid crowds. State of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan also reminded Marylanders that the dramatic actions being taken across the country are to save lives.

“To further protect our residents, visitors and Town employees we request that visitors postpone trips to Ocean City beginning immediately,” commented Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan. “This action is necessary to ensure compliance with social distancing and flatten the curve of this dangerous Coronavirus. At this point, the only weapon we have to combat this potentially fatal virus is to take drastic measures. All of us have to work together to outlast and shorten the cycle of this pandemic.”

Maryland has continued to take extreme actions to slow the spread of COVID-19. This morning, Gov. Hogan announced several new statewide restrictions including limiting travel, closing shopping malls and enclosed entertainment venues and urging all Marylanders to stay home. Also, with the first COVID-19 death in Maryland, events and gatherings of 10 people or more are prohibited.

“While we look forward to the time when we can welcome you again, now is not the time to visit Ocean City,” Mayor Meehan cautioned. “We are urging citizens to stay home, be responsible and avoid large crowds, including on our beach and Boardwalk. We will continue to monitor this changing situation and will not hesitate to take additional actions necessary to protect our community.”

In addition to staying home, residents should stay informed. The Town will continue to post daily updates on the website and social media sites. To learn more about what the town is doing, visit http://www.oceancitymd.gov/COVID19. An informational call center has also been opened (during business hours). For questions or concerns at 410.520.5279.

https://oceancitymd.gov/oc/now-is-not-the-time-to-visit-ocean-city-cautions-mayor-rick-meehan/

NOTICE: Fire Alarm Testing December 16th 2019

As required by the Town of Ocean City, I have scheduled the annual test of the building’s Fire Alarm and evacuation systems to be conducted on Monday, December 16th. Alarms will be sounding throughout the day and we will be going into every unit and testing the heat and smoke detectors as well.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

Sincerely,
Tom Downey, HPN/MGR

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING of the HPN Council of Unit Owners

To: All High Point North Condominium Owners
From: The High Point North Condominium Nominating Committee; HPN Board of Directors
Subject: - NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING of the HPN Council of Unit Owners

- Notice of Elections

As prescribed in Article III, Section 4 of the HPN Bylaws, formal notice is hereby given that the Annual Owners Meeting and Elections will be held on Saturday September 7th, 2019 at 9:00 A.M. at the St. Peters Lutheran Church, 10301 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, MD. Purpose of this meeting will be to conduct elections and transact other business of the Council. As a reminder, this meeting is only open to owners or their legal representative. Family members and their friends are welcome join us all at the deck party!

We have two position open on the High Point North Condominium Board of Directors for a 3-year term.

THREE YEAR TERM; Elect two

Michael Ryan was elected to his second 3-year term in September 2016 and is not eligible to run. Steve Rosenthal has resigned from the board and is no longer an owner. Marty Moran of unit 13C, Lambert Rickey of unit 1J, Bob Tapscott of unit 13D and Chris Crosby of unit 10D have all indicated they are willing to run for one of the open positions. Resumes are available upon request.

If you are interested in running for this position, please notify the HPN office or one of the nominating committee members with your intent to run and supply us with your written credentials and qualifications (a brief résumé) so you may be placed on the ballot (as required by HPN Bylaws, Article IV). As additionally provided by HPN Bylaws, nominations may also be made from the floor at the Owners Meeting.

If you cannot attend this meeting, please scan and email, fax or mail the enclosed proxy, or stop by the office and complete a proxy form.

Committee Chairperson for the 2019 Nominating Committee is Lee Miller (5-J; 610-322-9086). Committee Member Patricia Beers (2-H; 610-277-3406). The committee can also be reached through the HPNC office, office fax or the web site.

Respectfully,
HPNC Board of Directors
HPNC Nominating Committee

NOTICE: The HPN Main Entrance will be CLOSED Tuesday, May 7th

The Main Entrance to the building will be CLOSED Tuesday, May 7th and Wednesday, May 8th for new entrance coatings.

Please use the South stairwell during this time.

On Tuesday, May 7th at approximately 7am, the main entrance to the building will be closed to thru traffic and will re-open Thursday, May 9th at 7am. The south stairwell doors will be propped open during this time for access in and out of the building. Those with mobility issues or having guests with mobility issues please contact me at the office or on my cell for assistance.

Thank you for your cooperation
Tom Downey, HPN/MGR

UPDATE: THE WATER IS BACK ON TO THE ENTIRE BUILDING!

The repairs have been completed!

Discoloration may be visible in the water for a short time along with a chlorine odor..

Please run your water in the tub, cold only, for approximately 15 minutes to remove any discoloration or debris upon your arrival.

Thank you all for your cooperation and patience!

Tom Downey
HPN/MGR

NOTICE: ALL WATER WILL BE SHUT OFF TO THE ENTIRE BUILDING FEB 4th

ALL WATER WILL BE SHUT OFF TO THE ENTIRE BUILDING, except the Mezzanine level

WHEN: Monday, February 4th at 6:00 AM for 4 DAYS.

On October 31st, a leak was discovered in the 4 inch water main on the mezzanine level which supplies all the upper floors and was stopped by using a “temporary” patch. On February 4th, the entire horizontal run of 4 inch pipe in the mezzanine hallway ceiling will be replaced. If all goes well, this will take approximately 4 days to complete.

After the repairs are complete, the water will be heavily chlorinated for approximately 4 hours so do not shower or drink the water during that time.

Please notify your family, guests and Rental Company of this scheduled work.

Restrooms will be available on the Mezzanine Level.

Thank you for your cooperation,

Tom Downey
HPN/MGR

NOTICE: Fire Alarm Testing December 20th 2018

WHAT: Fire Alarm Testing
WHEN:
Thursday, December 20st

As required by the Town of Ocean City, I have scheduled the annual test of the building’s Fire Alarm and evacuation systems to be conducted on Thursday, December 20th. Alarms will be sounding throughout the day and we will be going into every unit and testing the heat and smoke detectors as well.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

Sincerely, Tom Downey HPN/MGR

UPDATE: The water is back on to the entire building!

The repairs have been completed.

Discoloration may be visible in the water for a short time along with a chlorine odor..

Please run your water in the tub, cold only, for approximately 15 minutes to remove any discoloration or debris upon your arrival.  

Thank you all for your cooperation and patience!

Tom Downey
HPN/MGR

NOTICE: BLACK TOP SCHEDULE

WHEN: October 23 thru the 26th.

Weather permitting, the remainder of new black top coatings is scheduled to happen

Please park on the completed part of the lot closer to Coastal Highway during this time.

Thank you for your cooperation,

Tom Downey
HPN/MGR

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